Anthony Scaramucci argues anyone who studies bitcoin carefully and understands the cryptocurrency will be convinced of its potential. "Anybody that does the homework … ends up investing into it. Look at Ray Dalio, a bitcoin skeptic, now a bitcoin investor," he said. Separately, Scaramucci said the special purpose acquisition company...
People who understand bitcoin will ultimately buy it, said the former White House Communications Director. Anthony Scaramucci – Founder of the investment company SkyBridge Capital – has proved numerous times that he is a keen bitcoin advocate and a hodler. In a recent interview for CNBC, he once again explained...
Cryptocurrencies and bitcoin have "early adoptive technologies," like big tech companies, the founder and managing partner of SkyBridge Capital said.
SkyBridge's Anthony Scaramucci told CNBC on Friday he hopes the SPAC linked to former President Donald Trump keeps soaring. "I want that thing to go up like another 10 times. The more it goes up, the less likelihood Donald Trump is running for president in 2024," said Scaramucci, a onetime Trump official.
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Indeed, the SkyBridge Capital founder and managing partner who was speaking on CNBC’s “Capital Connection” program on Monday stated, “do your study on Bitcoin and make sure you understand what it is,” and among other things, read the Bitcoin white paper written by the developer of the cryptocurrency. Scaramucci added:
In an interview with CNBC, Hedge fund investor Anthony Scaramucci argued that anyone who studies the original cryptocurrency bitcoin carefully and understands it will be convinced of its potential. “Do the homework on bitcoin, understand what it is,” the founder and managing partner of SkyBridge Capital told CNBC’s “Capital Connection” on Monday. He suggested reading the white paper by the creator of bitcoin, among other materials.
Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of SkyBridge Capital, believes that having a clear understanding of Bitcoin (BTC) will make people want to invest in the asset class. Speaking in a CNBC Capital Connection interview today, Scaramucci named a few skeptics who did not initially believe in Bitcoin until they...
SkyBridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci claimed Monday that he had more than quadrupled a $250 million bitcoin investment. “I have over a billion in bitcoin now,” Scaramucci said in a morning interview with CNBC. “I started accumulating that position last year. I think that this manifests itself into a gigantic asset class. This is equivalent, to me, to digital gold.”
Per Scaramucci, anyone that studies and understands BTC will see its potential. Scaramucci gave examples of Rae Dalio and Paul Tudor Jones, saying they saw BTC’s potential. The hedge fund investor disclosed that he owns over $1 billion worth of BTC. Anthony Scaramucci, a renowned hedge fund investor, believes anyone...
Avalanche of Institutions To Descend on Crypto Markets Over Next 12 to 18 Months: SkyBridge Capital CEO
The CEO of global investment firm Skybridge Capital is predicting that the crypto markets will see more institutional interest in the next 12 to 18 months. In a new episode of The Best Business Show, Anthony Scaramucci tells host and Bitcoin bull Anthony Pompliano that more institutional investors will likely jump into the crypto bandwagon as regulators move to clear the hurdles involved in buying and holding digital assets.